however, no one wants a war in the first place. Of course there's no victory either way because the only resolution to this conflict is a diplomatic negotiated peace agreement both sides of the majorities can live with in a compromise. It's preferrable, therefore, that unity governments somehow deliver what's expected as a fair resolution for the Israelis and the Palestinians. There's such a diverse population to accede to their interests, and so it's not a cake walk, but it's a necessity for world peace. Meanwhile, we light the seventh candle tonight.
U.S., allies stage 20 strikes against Islamic State in Iraq (Reuters)
from the article: We'll be to blame for 'Bieberman'
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